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there are signs of hope and signs of desperation in the disaster zone of haiti. how relief workers are trying to prevent an even larger catastrophe. the battle to succeed senator ed kennedy is coming down to the wire. how the massachusetts special election could be a make or break moment for health care reform. and the west coast is getting ready for what could be an extremely stormy week. we'll show you how pique people are preparing for a series of storms that could dump 20 feet of snow and 20 inches of rain. you are watching "hln news and views." hello, i'm melissa long. another strong aftershock rattled port-au-prince, haiti, today and temporarily halted the effort to free survivors still trapped in the debris of tuesday's massive quake. it was a vivid reminder that millions of people who survived
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the disaster are on the edge of another one. chris lawrence saw for himself at a food distribution site. >> reporter: a lot of people starting to push and shove their way, trying to get up to where the food is. >> today, day four since the earthquake flattened much of haiti's capital. aid workers say many survivors are now desperate for food and desperate for water. the government is estimating it has recovered the bodies of 20,000 victims. there's no way to know how many others may have been recovered privately or how many thousand still line the city streets. secretary of state hillary clinton has arrived in port-au-prince. she will go directly into meetings with american officials and the haitian president. secretary clinton is also expected to inspect earthquake damage and talk with haitian officials and others about how to speed up humanitarian aid. mrs. clinton is the highest ranking u.s. official to visit haiti since tuesday's quake. president obama is giving his two predecessors a leading role in providing help to haiti.
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former president bill clinton and george w. bush will head up the effort to raise private funds for organizations providing aid to earthquake victims. they've already launched a website for donations, clintonbushhaitifund.org. >> at this moment we're moving forward with one of the largest relief efforts in our history to save lives and to deliver relief that averts an even larger catastrophe. the two leaders with me today will insure that this is matched by an historic effort that extends beyond our government. >> the challenges are in our mid. but there's a lot of devoted people leading the relief effort, from government personnel who deployed into the disaster zone to the faith-based groups that have made haiti a calling. most effective way for americans to help the people of haiti is to contribute money. that money will go to
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organizations on the ground and will be -- who will be able to effectively spend it. >> i believe before this earthquake, haiti had the best chance in my lifetime to escape its history, a history that hillary and i have shared a tiny part of. i still believe that the haitians want to just amend their development plan to take account of what's happened in port-au-prince and west, figure out what to do about that and then go back to implementing it. but it's going to take a lot of help and a long time. so much needed med aid on the way to haiti. the navy hospital ship usns comfort left baltimore this morning expected to arrive in haiti thursday. it has 250 beds and medical staff of 500. those on board say they're ready to do whatever they can to help out. >> we're there to render aid, to fill a need. and right now, they need assistance. and that's what we're here for. we're here to give that
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assistance. we're here to do whatever we can for as many people as we can do it for. >> sadness for the people of haiti, concern, and hope that we can do the best for them and really help them out, get there as soon as we can, do as much as we can to help out our fellow man. >> it is the "comfort"'s biggest humanitarian mission in at least 20 years to help the quake victims go to cnn.com/robin and click on the impact link. you'll find local and international groups providing aid. california is preparing for a series of major storms that are expected to hit one right after the other. forecasters say the state has at least three storms coming over the next week. the first, and the weakened system, will move through the area today and tomorrow. by monday, when the second system arrives, forecasters warn the ground will be saturated in many spots. that will increase the risk of
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short-term flooding. by the time the third and final system moves through by the end of the week, some areas might get 20 inches of rain and in the sierra nevada mountains there may be 10 feet of snow. it looks like many people are following the advice to get ready. >> we're trying to hurry up and beat the weather, beat the storm. >> by the time we leave sunday, by monday it will be kind of crazy. . >> san diego could see its wettest week in more than a decade. some forecasters say patterns of storms like this are linked to el nino. president obama will be campaigning in massachusetts this weekend. it's no exaggeration to say the stakes are very high for his administration. the formula is very simple. if democrat martha coakley wins tuesday's election to fill the late senator ted kennedy's seat, the democrats retain a filibuster-proof majority in the senate and can pass sweeping health care legislation. but if republican scott brown wins, the gop could effectively
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kill health care reform through a filibuster. even though it's being held in the democratic stronghold of massachusetts, the race between brown and coakley is extremely tight. a former evangelist convicted of taking child brides has been ordered to pay $500,000 to each of his victims. p a-year-old tony alamo was sentenced last year to 175 years in prison for taking underaged women across state lines for sex. during the trial the women testified he sexually assaulted him. the federal judge said the girls said they were assaulted by someone they believed was a pastor and prophet. the prosecution asked for $2.5 million for each victim. >> $500,000 per girl is a lot better than $2.7 million per girl. >> you can't put an amount on what he's done to these victims. >> alamo will not have to pay the money until all of his appeals are exhausted.
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it's been almost 20 years since rodney king was beaten by l.a. police. who could forget those videotaped images we all saw. now some officers say videotaping them making arrests violates their privacy and actually arrested people who do it. what do you have to say about that?
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the cdc, centers for disease control say as many as 16,000 may have died from the h1n1 between april and december of last year. the agency also says as many as 80 million americans could have become sick from the virus, also known as swine flu but the cdc says both of those numbers are on the high end of their estimates. the agency admits the number of infected could be closer to 39 million with about 8,000 deaths. the lead lobbying arm of the drug industry is threatening to pull its support for health care overhaul. that's if democrats reduce protections for brand name
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biotech drugs. the group, the pharmaceutical research and manufacturers of america wants those drugs protected from low cost jenngen competitors. the group's top executive sent an e-mail to board members obtained by cnn and other media outlets. in it, he said it could not support the health reform bill if the drugs get fewer than 12 years of protection for their patents. preliminary autopsy results show a southern indiana basket player may have died from a heart condition. 21 year jeron lewis collapsed during a game. he later died at the hospital. the team's coach says lewis showed no sign of health problems before he collapsed. fans say they saw lewis hit his head during a hard fall under the basket with about four minutes left to go in the game and his teammates say lewis lost 40 pounds over the summer as part of an effort to get in shape. today your views question, police and privacy. it seems cameras are everywhere these days.
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ever since the police beating of rodney king was videotaped in 1991, the practice has become common especially with places like facebook and youtube. recently a few people in boston spotted officers making arrests in public places and in both instances they thought the police were using excessive force, so they pulled out cameras and started rolling. both men were arrested and charged with illegal surveillance. police argue unauthorized filming could cause harm to the officer from somewhere else. they say their privacy was violated. the american civil liberties union, which got the charges dismissed in one of the cases, isn't buying it and says it's a misuse of the law. so this is our your views question of the day. do you think police have a unique right to privacy in public because of the nature of their job? so what do you think? do police have a unique right to privacy? let's take a look at some of the comments you've been posting on richelle's facebook page.
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another facebooker disagrees, writing -- and i quote -- and bill, he has a different view, writing -- all cops think since they have the badge and guns, that they're above the law. it's time to police the police. now it's your turn to make your view heard. logon to facebook at richelle carrie hln to post your opinion. you can also send an e-mail. go to cnn.com/hln to find out how and also text us hlntv. start your comment with the word views. you may see your comment on air. reality star heidi mon tag is just 23 years old but had ten different plastic surgeries done at once and had other plastic
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surgery before that. is the reality star addicted to going under the knife? students who went to haiti to help the poor found themselves needing help to get out. their homecoming was bittersweet. the horrific misunderstanding that devastated some parents waiting for a reunion.
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days after the earthquake hit haiti, more stories of survival. take a look at a little baby girl rescued from piles of concrete. she had been trapped for 68 hours.
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18-month-old winne was covered in dust as workers pulled her out uninjured. they hert her faint cries yesterday and were determined to save winne. took them three minutes. both her parents were killed in the earthquake. children at an orphanage in port-au-prince face uncertain futures. all of the children and the people who run the facility survived the earthquake, but most of the orphanage itself is in ruins. >> it's buckling and we can hear it like -- it makes noises like it's fallen and rocks just fall out of the side of it kind of constantly, so we're certainly never going to go back in it. >> all of the orphans were being adopted by families in america. it is a lengthy process in the best of times. now their adoption paperwork is in government buildings flattened by the quake. as one of the directors of the orphanage now says, it's like these kids don't even exist now. she came out of van sobbing. we all started crying, hugged
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her. and hugged her so tight, it was unbelievable. >> that's the mother of a lynn university student who made it back safe from haiti. they were reunited in florida yesterday. the students were on a trip to haiti sponsored by the international relief agency food for the poor. they were trapped in a five-story hotel that collapsed during tuesday's quake. some of those students are still missing in haiti, including brittney begangel, one of the three students initially believed to have been rescued. her family was celebrating her impending return to the u.s. when they learned she was in fact still missing. the president of lynn university blames the mistake on bad intelligence. her parents were devastated by the bizarre turn of events. >> we were told our children were safe and rescued, and now we're told they're not. and we need your help. >> a total of four students and
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two faculty members from lynn university are still missing in haiti. the school has hired private contractors to search for them. a lot of people are trying to track down missing quake victims in haiti. here's a link to our i-report website where you can post photographs and information about them. more than 7,000 pictures are already there. you can post pictures and search for the missing as well at ireport.com. we will have more on the situation in haiti for you throughout the day, but first an update on some of the other big stories of the day. president obama says he wants to make sure american taxpayers collect every dime that's owed to them by the banks they helped to bail out. in his weekly radio and multimedia address, he pushed his plan to put a new fee on financial institutions worth more than $50 billion. he says it's needed to make sure taxpayers get their money back. >> i proposed a new fee on major financial firms to compensate the american people for the
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extraordinary assistance they provided to the financial industry. and the fee would be in place until the american taxpayer is made whole. only the largest financial firms with more than $50 billion in assets will be affected, not community banks. and the bigger the firm and the more debt it holds, the larger the fee, because we are not only going to recover our money and help close our deficits. we're going to tax some of the banking practices that led to the crisis. republican congressman mike cassell says afghanistan must step up its efforts in helping the u.s. stabilize the country and its region. in his party's weekly address cassell said making afghanistan more secure is key to making america more secure. >> to circumvent and preempt this threat, we rely heavily on our intelligence-gathering systems and professionals at home and abroad. the recent suicide attack on the cia in khost reminded us of the determination of terrorists.
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the rest of umar farouk abdulmutallab makes clear there is much to be reviewed in the way intelligence is shared, collected and analystized. at home a systemic failure in intelligence analysis and airport security must be corrected to defeat the ever changing strategy of those who seek to harm americans. . iraq claims it has captured the mastermind of the 2003 attack that destroyed u.n. headquarters in baghdad. the top spokesperson for the iraqi army says ali al azawi said he served for the islamic state of iraq, an umbrella organization for umbrella groups linked to the al qaeda faction the link claimed he headed up a number of attacks. he's been in custody since june, but his arrest was just announced. we expect to see the names
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of stars in the bright lights of broadway. now thanks to the fbi you'll also see some of the most wanted criminals. the agency has set up a massive digital billboard in new york's times square featuring the faces of some of the fbi's most wanted murderers, rapists, bank robbers, drug dealers and wall street scammers. >> we need the public's assistance in capturing some of the fugitives. with the fact it's nationwide and getting public assistance and let the message be out there we need help. >> all of the suspects committed their alleged crimes in the new york area or are believed to be hiding out in the metropolitan area. an unusual discovery for police in lenore county, north carolina. they arrested a man this week for marijuana possession which led to a home in winston. when they got there, drug dogs found a door in the outbuilding. the door led to a buried school bus used to grow marijuana.
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police say the suspects used backhoes to bury the bus, which they then converted to a so-called grow room. a middle school was evacuated because a science student's project apparently was mistaken for a bomb. authorities say an 11-year-old at a san diego school was trying to build a motion detector with instructions he found online. a vice principal at the school saw the experiment and became concerned. an arson team took photographs and x-rays of the bottle and the wires and determined it was harmless. the student's parents helped him to buy the parts. they say they didn't realize it looked threatening. right now, the only thing slower than getting aid into haiti is getting information out. how some new yorkers are dealing with the pain of not knowing if their loved ones are dead or alive.
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there are signs of hope and signs of desperation in the disaster zone of haiti. how relief workers are trying to prevent an even larger catastrophe. the battle to succeed senator ed kennedy is coming down to the wire. how the massachusetts special election could be a make or break moment for health care reform. and the west coast is getting ready for what could be an extremely stormy week. we're going to show you how people are preparing for a series of storms that could dump 10 feet of snow and 20 inches of rain. you are watching "hln news and views." hello, i'm melissa long. another strong aftershock rattled port-au-prince, haiti, today and temporarily halted the effort to free survivors still trapped in the debris of tuesday's massive quake. it was a vivid reminder that millions of people who survived the disaster are on the edge of another one.
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chris lawrence saw for himself at a food distribution site. >> reporter: a lot of people starting to push and shove their way, trying to get up to where the food is. >> today, day four since the earthquake flattened much of haiti's capital. aid workers say many survivors are now desperate for food and desperate for water. the government is estimating it has recovered the bodies of 20,000 victims. there's no way to know how many others may have been recovered privately or how many thousand still line the city streets. secretary of state hillary clinton has arrived in port-au-prince. she will go directly into meetings with american officials and the haitian president. secretary clinton is also expected to inspect earthquake damage and talk with haitian officials and others about how to speed up humanitarian aid. mrs. clinton is the highest ranking u.s. official to visit haiti since tuesday's quake. president obama is giving his two predecessors a leading role in providing help to haiti. former president bill clinton
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and george w. bush will head up the effort to raise private funds for organizations providing aid to earthquake victims. they've already launched a website for donations, clintonbushhaitifund.org. >> at this moment we're moving forward with one of the largest relief efforts in our history to save lives and to deliver relief that averts an even larger catastrophe. the two leaders with me today will insure that this is matched by an historic effort that extends beyond our government. r. the challenges down there are immense, but there's a lot of devoted people leading the relief effort, from government personnel who deployed into the disaster zone to the faith-based groups that have made haiti a calling. the most effective way for americans to help the people of haiti is to contribute money. that money will go to organizations on the ground and
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will be -- who will be able to effectively spend it. >> i believe before this earthquake, haiti had the best chance in my lifetime to escape its history, a history that hillary and i have shared a tiny part of. i still believe that the haitians want to just amend their development plan to take account of what's happened in port-au-prince and west, figure out what they got to do about that and then go back to implementing it. but it's going to take a lot of help and a long time. some much needed medical aid is on the way to haiti. the navy hospital ship "usns comfort" left baltimore this morning expected to arrive in haiti thursday. it has 250 beds and medical staff of 500. those on board say they're ready to do whatever they can to help out. >> we're there to render aid, to fill a need. and right now, they need assistance. and that's what we're here for. we're here to give that assistance. we're here to do whatever we can
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for as many people as we can do it for. >> sadness for the people of haiti, concern, and hope that we can do the best for them and really help them out, get there as soon as we can, do as much as we can to help out our fellow man. >> it is the "comfort's" biggest humanitarian mission in at least 20 years. to help the quake victims go to cnn.com/robin and click on the impact link. you'll find a list of local and international groups providing aid. california is preparing for a series of major storms that are expected to hit one right after the other. forecasters say the state has at least three storms coming over the next week. the first, and the weakened system, will move through the area today and tomorrow. by monday, when the second system arrives, forecasters warn the ground will be saturated in many spots. that will increase the risk of short-term flooding. by the time the third and final
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system moves through by the end of the week, some areas might get up to 20 inches of rain and in the sierra nevada mountains there may be 10 feet of snow. some emergency experts are advising people get ready for this. it looks like many people are following that advice. >> we're trying to hurry up and beat the weather, beat the storm. >> by the time we leave sunday, by monday it will be kind of crazy. >> san diego could see its wettest week in more than a decade. some forecasters say patterns of storms like this are linked to el nino. president obama will be campaigning in massachusetts this weekend. it's no exaggeration to say the stakes are very high for his administration. the formula is very simple. if democrat martha coakley wins tuesday's election to fill the late senator ted kennedy's seat, the democrats retain a filibuster-proof majority in the senate and can pass sweeping health care legislation. but if republican scott brown wins, the gop could effectively kill health care reform through a filibuster.
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even though it's being held in the democratic stronghold of massachusetts, the race between brown and coakley is extremely tight. a former evangelist convicted of taking child brides has been ordered to pay $500,000 to each of his victims. 75-year-old tony alamo was sentenced last year to 175 years in prison for taking underaged women across state lines for sex. during the trial the women testified he sexually assaulted them. in his ruling yesterday, a federal judge said the girls were assaulted someone they believed was a pastor and prophet. the prosecution asked for $2.5 million for each victim. >> $500,000 per girl is a lot better than $2.7 million per girl. >> you can't put an amount on what he's done to these victims. tony alamo is disgusting. >> alamo will not have to pay the money until all of his appeals are exhausted. it's been almost 20 years
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since rodney king was beaten by l.a. police. who could forget those videotaped images we all saw. now some officers say videotaping them making arrests violates their privacy and actually arrested people who do it. what do you have to say about that? next.
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the cdc, centers for disease control say as many as 16,000 americans may have died from the h1n1 virus between april and december of last year. the agency also says as many as 80 million americans could have become sick from the virus, also known as swine flu. but the cdc says both of those numbers are on the high end of their estimates. the agency admits the number of infected could be closer to 39 million with about 8,000 deaths. the lead lobbying arm of the drug industry is threatening to pull its support for health care overhaul. that's if democrats reduce protections for brand name biotech drugs. the group, the pharmaceutical
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research and manufacturers of america wants those drugs protected from low cost generic competitors. the group's top executive sent an e-mail to board members obtained by cnn and other media outlets. in it, he said it could not support the health reform bill if the drugs get fewer than 12 years of protection for their patents. preliminary autopsy results show a southern indiana basket ballplayer may have died from a heart condition. 21-year-old jeron lewis collapsed during a game at kentucky wesleyan. he later died at the hospital. the team's coach says lewis showed no sign of health problems before he collapsed. fans say they saw lewis hit his head during a hard fall under the basket with about four minutes left to go in the game and his teammates say lewis lost 40 pounds over the summer as part of an effort to get in shape. today's "your views" question, police and privacy. it seems cameras are everywhere these days.
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ever since the police beating of rodney king was videotaped in 1991, the practice has become common especially with websites like facebook and youtube. where it can be shared with millions. recently a few people in boston spotted officers making arrests in public places and in both incidents, they thought the police were using excessive force, so they pulled out cameras and started rolling. both men were arrested and charged with illegal surveillance. police argue unauthorized filming of the arrest could cause harm to the officer or someone else. they also say they didn't consent to being recorded and their privacy was violated. the american civil liberties union, which got the charges dismissed in one of the cases, isn't buying it and says it's a misuse of the law. so this is our "your views" question of the day. do you think police have a unique right to privacy in public because of the nature of their job? let's take a look at what you're saying. johnny posted this note on facebook.
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another facebooker disagrees, writing -- and philip from california e-mailed us writing -- now it's your turn to make your view heard. logon to facebook at richelle carrie hln to post your opinion. you can also send an e-mail. go to cnn.com/hln to find out how and also text us hlntv. start your comment with the word views. you may see your comment on air. reality star heidi montag is just 23 years old but had ten different plastic surgeries done
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at once and had other plastic surgery before that. is the reality star addicted to going under the knife? students who went to haiti to help the poor found themselves needing help to get out. their homecoming was bittersweet. the horrific misunderstanding that devastated some parents waiting for a reunion.
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days after the earthquake hit haiti, more stories of survival. take a look at a little baby girl rescued from piles of concrete. she had been trapped for 68 hours. 18-month-old winne was covered in dust as workers pulled her out uninjured. they her faint cries yesterday and were determined to save winne. took them three minutes. both her parents were killed in the earthquake. children at an orphanage in port-au-prince face uncertain futures. all of the children and the people who run the facility survived the earthquake, but most of the orphanage itself is in ruins. >> it's buckling and we can hear it like -- it makes noises like it's falling and rocks just fall out of the side of it kind of constantly, so we're certainly
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never going to go back in it. >> all of the orphans were being adopted by families in america. it is a lengthy process in the best of times. now their adoption paperwork is in government buildings flattened by the quake. as one of the directors of the orphanage now says, it's like these kids don't even exist now. she came out of the van sobbing. we all started crying, hugged her, and hugged her so tight, it was unbelievable. >> that's the mother of a lynn university student who made it back safe from haiti. they were reunited in florida yesterday. the students were on a trip to haiti sponsored by the international relief agency food for the poor. they were trapped in a five-story hotel that collapsed during tuesday's quake. some of those students are still missing in haiti, including brittany gengel, one of the three students initially believed to have been rescued. her family was celebrating her impending return to the u.s.
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when they learned she was in fact still missing. the president of lynn university blames the mistake on bad intelligence. her parents were devastated by the bizarre turn of events. >> we were told our children were safe and rescued, and now we're told they're not. and we need your help. >> a total of four students and two faculty members from lynn university are still missing in haiti. the school has hired private contractors to search for them. a lot of people are trying to track down missing quake victims in haiti. here's a link to our i-report website where you can post photographs and information about them. more than 7,000 pictures are already there. you can post pictures and search for the missing as well at ireport.com. we will have more on the situation in haiti for you throughout the day, but first an update on some of the other big stories of the day. president obama says he wants to make sure american taxpayers
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collect every dime that's owed to them by the banks they helped to bail out. in his weekly radio and multimedia address, he pushed his plan to put a new fee on financial institutions worth more than $50 billion. he says it's needed to make sure taxpayers get their money back. >> i proposed a new fee on major financial firms to compensate the american people for the extraordinary assistance they provided to the financial industry. and the fee would be in place until the american taxpayer is made whole. only the largest financial firms with more than $50 billion in assets will be affected, not community banks. and the bigger the firm and the more debt it holds, the larger the fee, because we are not only going to recover our money and help close our deficits. we're going to tax some of the banking practices that led to the crisis. republican congressman mike cassell says afghanistan must step up its efforts in helping the u.s. stabilize the country and its region.
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in his party's weekly address cassell said making afghanistan more secure is key to making america more secure. >> to circumvent and preempt this threat, we rely heavily on our intelligence-gathering systems and professionals at home and abroad. the recent suicide attack on the cia in khost reminded us of the determination of terrorists. the arrest of umar farouk abdulmutallab makes clear there much to be reviewed in the way that intelligence is shared, collected, analyzed and in our methods of approach. at home a systemic failure in our intelligence analysis and airport security must be corrected to defeat the ever changing strategy of those who seek to harm americans. iraq claims it has captured the mastermind of the 2003 attack that destroyed u.n. headquarters in baghdad. the top spokesperson for the
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iraqi army says ali al azzawi admits he sieved as top administrator for the self proclaimed islamic state of iraq, it's an umbrella organization for jrts groups link to the al qaeda faction. the link claimed he headed up a number of attacks. he's been in custody since june, but his arrest was just announced. you expect to see the names of stars in the bright lights of broadway. now thanks to the fbi you'll also see some of the most wanted criminals. the agency has set up a massive digital billboard in new york's times square featuring the faces of some of the fbi's most wanted murderers, rapists, bank robbers, drug dealers and wall street scammers. >> we need the public's assistance in helping us capture some of these fugitives. with the fact it's nationwide program and getting the public assistance and let the message be out there that we need their help to help catch these violent criminals.
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>> all of the suspects committed their alleged crimes in the new york area or are believed to be hiding out in the metropolitan area. an unusual discovery for police in lenore county, north carolina. they arrested a man this week for marijuana possession which eventually led them to a home in kinston. when they got there, drug dogs found a door in the outbuilding. the door led to a buried school bus which was being used to grow marijuana. police say the suspects used backhoes to bury the bus, which they then converted to a so-called grow room. a middle school was evacuated because a science student's project apparently was mistaken for a bomb. authorities say an 11-year-old at a san diego school was trying to build a motion detector with instructions he found online. a vice principal at the school saw the experiment and became concerned. an arson team took photographs and x-rays of the bottle and the wires and determined it was harmless. the student's parents helped him to buy the parts. they say they didn't realize it looked threatening. right now, the only thing
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slower than getting aid into haiti is getting information out. how some new yorkers are dealing with the pain of not knowing if their loved ones are dead or alive.
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